The migration issue is not going away, Europeans need an integrated migration policy based on a genuine sense of solidarity.
Scholars from Carnegie Europe and the Carnegie Middle East Center participated in a Reddit AMA on the refugee and migrant crisis.
Carnegie Europe invited Antonin Baudry, former speechwriter to Dominique de Villepin, then French minister of foreign affairs, to discuss the acclaimed satirical graphic novel Quai d’Orsay.
Amid conflicting threat perceptions and divisive questions across allies over budgets and burden sharing, how can NATO respond to this new configuration of challenges?
Migration has tested the EU’s moral ground to the limits. What is at stake goes to the very heart of what it means to be European: a community of shared values, moral universalism, and liberal and secular consensus.
How can Tunisia and its international partners, particularly the EU, forge a new and more constructive dynamic to reverse the country’s recent troubling trajectory?
From the East-West standoff in Ukraine to mass migration and its causes, corruption is a surreptitious underlying driver.
The commitments made at the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference will shake the foundations of future oil demand—with potentially dramatic impacts on oil prices and price volatility.
From a détente with Russia to a stronger NATO to international cooperation in the High North, where do Norway’s and the EU’s priorities converge?
The refugee crisis unsettled the EU like no challenge before it. With the inflow of refugees likely to continue for years, migration may be the ultimate make-or-break issue for the EU.
Extensive reform efforts are under way across Ukraine. Yet the country will not stabilize its finances until it addresses what both investors and ordinary citizens care about most—corruption.
Ukraine is undertaking an ambitious reform package. Yet the enduring influence of oligarchs, the challenge of corruption, and the slow economic recovery could seriously undermine the viability and sustainability of any progress.
Technology is transforming the world at an unprecedented pace. But the digital sphere also creates challenges and the need for better regulation.
Ukraine faces monumental challenges as it strives to build a transparent and accountable system of governance. How can the EU support the country’s constitutional reform and democratic institution building?
Calls for different forms of democracy are becoming more prominent and widespread. Yet, it remains unclear what such models should look like.
A year and a half after the Euromaidan protests and the fall of Viktor Yanukovych’s government, is Ukraine on the right reform path?
As a security vacuum in Europe grows, a wider, strategic question remains unanswered: Who is responsible for keeping Europe safe and free, and at what cost?
Six years after the Lisbon Treaty, there are still major gaps between the EU member states and the institutions on how to shape a strategic foreign policy for the union.
The United States and the EU should identify tools and mechanisms to help manage the intersection of energy and security in the transatlantic context.
Despite the Ukraine crisis being the most serious between Russia and the West since the Cold War, the West must not forget the importance of stable relations with Moscow.
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